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The African Journal of Information and Knowledge Management (AJIKM) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research articles on various aspects of information and knowledge management. The journal aims to provide a platform for scholars, practitioners, and policy makers to share their insights and experiences on how to manage information and knowledge in different contexts and domains. According to the data from Scopus, the number of publications on information and knowledge management has increased significantly in the last decade, from 6,864 in 2010 to 15,342 in 2020. This reflects the growing importance and relevance of this field in the contemporary world. The contribution of African researchers to this field is still growing, accounting for 15.4% of the total publications in 2020.
One of the key features of the African Journal of Information and Knowledge Management (AJIKM) from IPRJB JOURNALS is its Indexing in various reputable databases, such as Google Scholar, Crossref, EBSCOhost, and SCILIT. Indexing enhances the visibility and accessibility of the journal articles, as well as their citation impact and academic recognition. The African Journal of Information and Knowledge Management also adheres to the international standards of ethical and scholarly publishing, ensuring that all submissions undergo a rigorous and transparent peer review process. The peer review process takes between 2 weeks and 2 months, depending on the quality and complexity of the manuscript. African Journal of Information and Knowledge Management (AJIKM)also provides timely and constructive feedback to the authors, as well as editorial support and guidance throughout the publication process.
Another distinctive feature of the African Journal of Information and Knowledge Management is its customer-oriented approach, which prioritizes the satisfaction and convenience of the authors. African Journal of Information and Knowledge Management offers a fast and easy online submission system, as well as a variety of payment methods for the publication fee. The publication fee for the African Journal of Information and Knowledge Management (AJIKM) is only USD 150, which is affordable and competitive compared to other journals in the field. The payment methods include PayPal, Pesapal, bank transfer, Payoneer, Western Union, and mobile banking. Moreover, the AJIKM issues an e-certificate to each author upon publication, as well as a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) to each article. The DOI enables persistent identification and linking of the articles online.
The ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) of the AJIKM is 2959-1082 (online). The journal is published monthly by IPRJB Journals, a leading publisher of academic journals in Africa. IPRJB Journals has a reputation for excellence and innovation in scholarly publishing, with a portfolio of over 50 journals covering various disciplines and fields. IPRJB Journals also organizes conferences, workshops, seminars, and training programs on various topics related to research and publication.
If you are interested in submitting your manuscript to African Journal of Information and Knowledge Management (AJIKM), please visit the journal website for more information on the scope, aims, editorial board, submission guidelines, and publication ethics of the journal. You can also browse the current issue or the archives of the journal to see the published articles. You can also use Manuscript Matcher to find relevant journals for your research based on your manuscript title and abstract.
The African Journal of Information and Knowledge Management invites researchers, practitioners, and policy makers to submit their manuscripts for consideration for publication. African Journal of Information and Knowledge Management (AJIKM) welcomes both theoretical and empirical papers that address current issues and challenges in information and knowledge management. The journal also accepts case studies, book reviews, commentaries, and short communications. African Journal of Information and Knowledge Management (AJIKM) aims to foster a vibrant and diverse community of scholars and practitioners who are interested in advancing the theory and practice of information and knowledge management in Africa and beyond.